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Shigeru Ban Architects

Shigeru Ban Architects

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FRPO (rodriguez & oriol architecture): MO house, madrid jan 23, 2013 FRPO (rodriguez & oriol architecture): MO house, madrid ‘MO house’ by FRPO (rodríguez & oriol architecture) images © miguel de guzmán Utopia Arkitekter Designs Apartment Block with Rooftop Park for Stockholm The Södermalm district of Stockholm will be receiving a unique new addition to its collection of residential housing. Utopia Arkitekter has proposed a redevelopment plan along Hornsbruksgatan that will include three apartment buildings and a new metro station. In total, the plan will create 29 units: twelve apartments and seventeen town houses.

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presents the work of designer Sebastien Wierinck / Sebastien Wierinck WorkShop OnSite Studio Sebastien Wierinck WorkShop Works News Info Contact OnSite Scale of PLY / NOJI Architects Architects: NOJI Architects Location: Dublin, Ireland Collaborators: John Monahan and Claire Faulkner Area: 155.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Alice Clancy From the architect. The House This Victorian two storey house was dark and damp with a poorly constructed conservatory as the main source of light and link to the garden. The re design of the ground floor knocked the ground floor walls in the return to open out the kitchen into a new extended kitchen/ dining space.

Sifang art museum The former Sifang Art Museum is located in the city center of Nanjing, occupying the third floor of an office building. Under the direction of renowned art historian and critic Li XiaoShan, over thirty exhibitions were successfully held. Main Exhibitions: Nendo will show solo exhibitions ‘dancing squares’ at Art Stage in Singapore, 13th – 16th January January 13, 2011, 3:32 pm Nendo exhibition ‘dancing squares’ at Art Stage, Singapore. CLICK IMAGES TO ENLARGE Haus Für Julia Und Björn / Innauer-Matt Architekten Architects: Innauer-Matt Architekten Location: 6863 Egg, Austria Site Area: 845m2 Area: 148.0 sqm Photographs: Adolf Bereuter, Dornbirn From the architect. The new house, clamped between a lime tree and a walnut tree, comfortably completes the small hamlet in which it is situated. Due to the inclination and the narrow nature of the premises, the clear layering of the building follows the contour lines and makes use of the sloping ground.

Ninebyfour Ninebyfour is a minimalist LED ceiling lamp by the Amsterdam based studio Waarmakers. The LED light tubes do not generate any heat during use, allowing the creators to use atypical materials for the fixture: wood and cork. Every year thousands of trees are felled in the Amsterdam area.

The Mill / WT Architecture Architects: WT Architecture Location: Biggar ML12, UK Area: 150.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Andrew Lee, Courtesy of Wil Tunnell Main Contractor: Lawrie Construction Ltd Structural Engineer: David Narro Associates Quantity Surveyor: Robert L Riddell From the architect. The Mill sits amongst a collection of disused farm buildings that nestle into a steep hill over looking a valley in the Scottish Borders. Although near to towns, the location is remarkably remote with open views east and west up the valley. The brief was to convert the mill building to create a modern, rural holiday home that retained much of its historic character. Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Garden Room terrace at Taliesin West. Photo by John Reed, 1948, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives (The Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, New York).

CIPEA (Chinese International Practical Exhibition of Architecture) A 38m x 8m rectangle is embedded into the side of hill in Nanjing China. The plan and general strategy for this building, part of a built display of architecture which includes 12 non Chinese Architects such as Stephen Holl, Arata Isozaki, Kazyuo Sejima, Ettore Sottsass and others and 12 Chinese counterparts, is an extension on the themes and ideas explored in the Carter/Tucker House and Peninsula House. In the Carter/Tucker house we explored the idea that the verandah could be abstracted and converted into a protective outer skin which could then be operated by the inhabitants of the building.

Verstas Architects Win Competition to Expand Lapland Central Hospital in Finland Finnish firm Verstas Architects has been awarded first place in a competition for the expansion of Finland’s Lapland central hospital for their design of a functional complex of “healing architecture.” Responding to the challenge of Finland’s aging population and changes in municipal funding, the winning proposal reflects the “hospital of tomorrow,” creating a flexible and functional space in conversation with its urban surrounds. Adapting the 1970s and 80s approach to hospitals that focused on modularity and centralized operations, Lapland Central Hospital takes a flexible approach to patient wards.

Architecture – DPDS Planning and Architecture Architecture Susan Cupples 2014-01-15T11:46:16+00:00 DPDS Architecture provides the full range of architectural services from preliminary appraisal of client needs through design and procurement to successful handover of a completed project. Our philosophy is simple; we apply our imagination and creative thinking to our client’s brief to develop cost effective and environmentally sensitive solutions that are as attractive as they are practical. Whether designing for residential, commercial or industrial purposes, we aim to create efficient, user-friendly buildings that harmonise with their surroundings and are enjoyed by their occupants. As well as designing attractive new buildings, we have an enviable reputation for successful completion of sensitive works to listed and historic buildings and schemes in designated conservation areas, as well as a successful record of works to Scheduled Ancient Monuments.

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